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4' VersaTie Surface-Mounted Track with Contour Edge (Series 1)

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Key Features:

  • What's included: (1) 4' Series 1 VersaTie Track
  • Surface-mounted installation with a clean, contoured look; great for truck bed rails, or within truck bed/trailer ribs
  • VersaTie adds flexibility when tying down any load

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Overview
Specifications
Length:
4'
Break Strength:
3,000 lbs.
Material:
Aluminum
More Information

The clean, contoured edges of our VersaTie Series 1 track combines a smooth, integrated look with the ease of surface mount installation. This is an excellent track for locating on the top or inside of a truck bed rail, or within the ribs of a truck bed or trailer. Use VersaTie track to add flexibility and options for tying down any load.

Our patented aluminum VersaTie track is designed to a 3,000 lb. Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS) in vertical pull and a 2,000 lb. MBS at 45°, giving you the capability to handle the heaviest load. There's an attach point every inch, so you can find the perfect anchor points to tame even the most unwieldy load.

Track does not include mounting holes. We recommend attaching the track to your structure using 1/4" Stainless Steel countersink fasteners on 6" spacing. When determining fastener length, include 1/8-inch track thickness to the thickness of the nut, washer and structure. Ensure fastener is sufficient length to engage the entire thickness of the nut when installed. For pre-drilled tracking and mounting hardware, check out our VersaTie Track Kits.

  • What's included: (1) 4' Series 1 VersaTie Track
  • Surface-mounted installation with a clean, contoured look; great for truck bed rails, or within truck bed/trailer ribs
  • VersaTie adds flexibility when tying down any load

We stand by our products. Mac's will repair and/or replace any defective parts.

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